Stories about lives that have changed for the better touched by Trusts' programmes and opinions about its philanthropic approach to uplift deprived communities.
Art and craft bring people together. Natha’s story is a case in point
For art and culture to flourish and maintain its prominence, there is a push required — a formal setup that not only drives people towards it, but also takes it to greater heights
Tata Trusts, through its various projects, has been working on resolving issues faced by artisans, thereby reviving their livelihoods
Tata Trusts joined hands with the Aga Khan Foundation and the Archaeological Society of India to restore and rehabilitate Humayun's Tomb in Delhi
Tata Trusts efforts to preserve, sustain and revitalise musical traditions have ensured that the number of artists practicing folk music as their primary occupation has gone up significantly
The Trusts conserved the integrity of the monuments within the Quli Qutb Shah Archaeological Park by restoring their damaged parts with traditional materials such as lime, wood and stone. Their efforts now serve as a model for conservation works across the nation.
Sir Dorabji Tata Trust partnered with other governmental and non-governmental organisations to restore the tomb complex of Mughal Emperor Humayun, which was inaugurated by the former Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh, on September 18, 2013
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